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[11] Not that the courageous man is not also fearless in a storm at sea (as also in illness), though not in the same way as sailors are fearless, for he thinks there is no hope of safety, and to die by drowning is revolting to him,1 whereas sailors keep up heart because of their experience.

1 i.e., he resents it as inglorious.

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